By Hollie Harris
Two of Australia’s most iconic bands are teaming up for a full national tour celebrating their place in Aussie music history!
Pseudo Echo and 1927 are coming to the Villa, so if you haven’t got tickets yet, jump online now and secure your place in the front row of these iconic Australian bands.
When 1927 debuted with the album ISH, it went on to become the highest selling debut release by an Australian artist. The band will perform ISH in its entirety, as well their follow up hit songs.
Known for enduring hits such as ‘That’s When I Think of You’, ‘Compulsory Hero’, ‘To Love Me’, ‘Scars’, ‘Don’t Forget Me’, and of course, ‘If I Could’, 1927 made a devastating entry into the ears of its listeners with the Quintuple Platinum selling album ’ … ish’ in 1988, which earned the band a number of ARIA awards as well as a lot of fans along the way. Having followed up ’ … ish’ with the multi-platinum second album, ‘The Otherside’, a self-titled third album, and countless live shows at home and abroad, the last couple of decades have earned 1927 legendary status.
Now after more than 10 years, 1927 have released a new studio album “Generation i”.
It may just be the bands finest album yet…
Pseudo Echo will celebrate the 30th anniversary of “Funky Town”, which held the number 1 spot in Australia for a record 12 weeks. Their first album Autumnal Park was an electronic / new romantic influenced album that yielded the Australian singles “Listening”, “Stranger in Me”, “Dancing Till Midnight”, and “A Beat for You”.
Their climb to success in the summer of 1984 was rapid, and they quickly became the second biggest band in Australia after INXS. “His Eyes”, a track from their first album, received exposure overseas as it was used in the movie Friday the 13th: A New Beginning.
The band will perform a set packed with hits including “Listening”, “A Beat For You”, “Don’t Go”, “Love an Adventure”, “Living in a Dream” and many more.
This incredible opportunity to catch two of our iconic Aussie bands perform on the same night is on Friday, 28 April at 8pm. Tickets are only $40, so grab yours at www.moshtix.com.au